By Cindy Koch - There is a light that changes everything. When it is dark and cold, just a little spark ignites hope. Instead of a black and formidable reality, there is comfort seen on the horizon, because this little glow of light is the beginning of a warm, bright fire. It is no wonder … Continue reading Warm Light
By Hillary Asbury - The Annunciation is a very common subject in classical art. Almost every Medieval and Renaissance master painted their own version of this scene, and its easy to understand why. It centers around one of the most fascinating and mysterious aspects of our faith: the virgin conception of our Lord. It depicts … Continue reading The Annunciation
By Cindy Koch - Wandering around in the darkness, I wish I knew the way to go. Every once in a while, I see a glimmer of light and I run towards it. I know what the light looks like, but I don’t always see where to follow. The tiny spark is sometimes so very … Continue reading Guiding Light
By Joel A Hess - Please don’t get me wrong. The outcome of elections does matter to the poor, the middle class, the unborn, and the young ladies often put under pressure to abort. It matters to the protection of the innocent and the punishment of wrongdoers. It matters to the establishment of good order … Continue reading The Joy of Knowing Politics aren’t Everything
By Joel A. Hess - Is there a difference between being a believer or a disciple? No. Recently I have discovered numerous articles attempting to differentiate between being a believer/Christian and a disciple/follower. Go ahead google it yourself. There are many. Here’s one example. Basically, each author wants to convince Christians that it is not … Continue reading Believer or Disciple?
By Tim Winterstein - After I watched Troubled Water last week, one of Amazon's recommendations was Adam's Apples (2005, streaming on Amazon Prime), about a naive pastor in Denmark, Ivan (Mads Mikkelsen), who welcomes in a neo-Nazi in hopes of (I think) rehabilitating him. Add that neo-Nazi to a Saudi immigrant who robs gas stations … Continue reading Absurdity between God and Evil
By Bob Hiller - Have you ever been to funeral where people got up and spoke negatively about the deceased? Almost never. When friends and family gather to mourn the loss of those they love, they always speak well of the person. As you leave most funerals, you’d almost think that there is no such … Continue reading Forgetting Sins at Funerals